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support of the president of the united states and the government of the united states. we're moving as quickly as is possible. we're moving aggressively with all the assets available to this great government. we're saving lives and we're begin a full-scale recovery, but, put this in focus. put this in focus. there is one, one airport. the entire world is trying to get help to haiti. we're only able to land because of one apron, one apron in the airport. one taxiway. 48 aircraft on the ground a day, from all over the world. that includes the u.n. trying to resupply their people, and they were devastated. that includes that the ability to refurbish and try to get back up on its feet, the mission, 7,000 folks on the ground for some time. we were able to, and correct me, general, if i'm wrong, i believe we were able to get yesterday 17 airframes in. we have the capacity to send 700 airframes. so what i want the american people to understand is, we are here in a position of trying to help another country, and we are going by as we should their priorities. they're telling us what they wan
see maybe a homeless person in the united states, people pretend they don't see this person. it took a few moments for my eyes to adjust and realize, this person is dead. and then, of course, the next person, there were three people like that, and the next block, there were four and they were covered in sheets. so it really -- it takes your eyes time to adjust to what you're seeing. >> i was listening to some of your reporting on the first day. i think you may have been in new york on your way here and you made a comment about the death tolls. the death tolls at that time were already being imagined or predicted. you said, let's take a breath and recognize that they don't always end up that way. what did you mean? >> well, initial reports are always, as you well know, sketchy if not exaggerated or underestimated. it's important, i think, early on, not to focus so much on total numbers. and now we're hearing death tolls are all over the place. and as we've seen, it doesn't look like they're counting the dead. they're not documenting the dead. when we were in skrori lanka af the tsunam
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way to look at it, but that's the history of the united states. >> jobs so interesting, end of 2009, starting to see temp rare hiring. which is something that the ceo of oh deco says that's the first place to see a glimmer of states. 36 states saw unemployment rates drob drop. no one's getting a job tomorrow but the blood-letting is over. >> the temporary hiring seems to be converting to full time jobs more slowly than in past recessions. part of what i think we're seeing now is a two-speed recovery. businesses are recovering more quickly than households. kpip, starting to do really well. partly because they're so efficient. >> but what's happening is it's weighing down on the president's ability to get things done because it's weighing down on this popularity. let's look at the poll of polls which looks at the president's overall rating. back in early november, his favorables 53%. performance rating, approval rating 53%. mid-november dropped to 48%. now this is interesting. early december, up a little bit. and now up a little bit. look, these are very small numbers to be comparing,
, you know, the counterfactual, what things would have looked like had we not acted in the united states, in the united kingdom, in japan, we would be far, far worse off. ? these studies are finding that instead of turning us out into lowering unemployment, we stopped the bleeding, that was the big phrase i learned when i worked at the labor department. we stopped the bleeding, and the actually some estimated that almost 100% of china's sort of growth is related to the managing economy. >> let me bring in ed -- >> -- 1825. >> a political view on this. donna said it may be working, parts may be working. a whole lot of americans don't believe it's working. ultimately it still comes back to, is it working if it's not working politically? >> it's worked in some places. i think the bottom line was this was a rush. this was taking $800 billion and throwing it out. it out. instead of doing strategic planning, congress never does, grabbed whatever was around the house appropriations committee. staff came forward with a bunch of things. talking about transportation. there's very little in this fo
weekend. >>> and the best and worse jobs in the united states. find fout your job made either list, next. vevevevevevevevevevee >>> time to look at the big headlines. joining us, pat kiernan a good friend of the network. d.l. hughley, radio host and comedian. first off we announce the best and worst of 2010 in terms of jobs. >> right. drum roll, please. congratulations to actuaries across the country. claiming the honor of best job in 2010 according to jobs rated report by careercast.com. people who interpret statistics of risk and uncertainty. >> insurance places use them. >> so sexy. software engineer. commuter systems analyst, biologist and historian. >> i don't get the historian. seems like an interesting job. what's up with that? actuaries measure opportunities for advancement, salary. >> income stress, outlook -- physical demands -- >> risk factors stuff like that. >> actuaries don't have a lot of risk factors. >> the worst jobs. roustabout, for a worst job, the best name. >> oil wokkers. >> labor intensive, low are bay. >> d.l.'s ready. lumberjack. >> ironworker, dairy farmer and
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